The historic 11th Airborne Division is back on the Army’s active rolls.
With a focus on operations in extreme cold weather and high altitudes, the division was reactivated June 6 during ceremonies at Alaska’s Fort Wainwright and Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.
The Association of the U.S. Army is kicking off 2022 with five new podcast episodes in January, including an interview with the leaders of the 173rd Airborne Brigade and an update from the 5th Security Force Assistance Brigade.
First up in the “Army Matters” series is an interview with Christine Lathrop, AUSA’s deputy director of membership, who will talk about the association’s “Welcome Back” campaign and how AUSA membership supports soldiers and the Army.
The episode is available Jan. 3.
The Association of the U.S. Army is releasing seven new podcast episodes in December, including exclusive interviews with paratroopers who deployed for the Afghanistan evacuation mission and a look at the role of hypersonic weapons on the future battlefield.
A new special podcast from the Association of the U.S. Army reveals the thoughts of 82nd Airborne Division leaders about the unprecedented Afghanistan evacuation mission they undertook in August.
The XVIII Airborne Corps’ quarterly innovation challenge encouraging soldiers to submit ideas to improve operations has been expanded to include competitors from all the military services.
Called “Dragon’s Lair,” the competition follows the format of Shark Tank, the popular TV show in which contestants present their ideas to wealthy investors in the hopes their ideas will get funded.
Soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)’s 1st Brigade Combat Team had their agility tested during a recent deployment to Iraq and Syria, but the lessons learned proved invaluable, the soldiers said.
The World War II Airborne Demonstration Team of Frederick, Okla., came to life in 1998 to honor America’s veterans.
In May 2016, Task Force Strike, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), assumed the responsibility of advising
Two years ago, the Army announced plans to downgrade the 25th Infantry Division's 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne) to a task force, but the reduction of about 2,600 soldiers at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, may not happen.